There is a lot of strange stuff out there for sale in the wide world of the internet, and the list of weird currently includes positive pregnancy tests from Craigslist right here in Houston. Yes, for a reasonable $20 to $25, you too can own your very own slightly used pee stick, presumably urinated ... More >>
Gatsby's sometimes great, but not always good.
Woody Allen and two co-stars meet in L.A. to talk about his new film, To Rome With Love, and some old themes (art, death, love).
He's just looking for the Menil CollectionIf you're not a Baylor alum, you might not yet have caught Texas Bowl Fever, but you will, you will. Baylor and Illinois are in town for the Wednesday game at Reliant, and that means, in the case of Illinois at least, fresh impressions of Houston. J ... More >>
The center of all things smarmy and controversial.Celebrities have money and fame and are constantly surrounded by controversy. Many of them never make it back from a serious legal problem or a major embarrassment. Ask Mel Gibson. Others, however, find their footing and manage to right the s ... More >>
Jody Williams, a professor at UH's Graduate College of Social Work, is having quite the summer. She's touring Thailand, Ethiopia, Sudan and Chad (one luxurious resort after the other!) as part of a Nobel Women's Initiative peace delegation. Thanks to heavy support work by people at UH, the delegat ... More >>
Michel Gondry attempts to celebrate DIY filmmaking, but comes up short, stale and flat
In honor of Halloween, Miss Pop Rocks the Horror Film Fan needs to rant and then give a quick shout out to the best horror films of all time. First, the rant. Call me old-fashioned, but I just cannot get into these modern splattercore torture porn films they call horror movies these days. I’m t ... More >>
Hollywood pounces on 6-6-06 with a needless Omen revival
Woody Allen's Match Point can't return serve
Nicole Kidman falls in love with a ten-year-old boy -- sorry, her dead husband
Hollywood Ending shows Woody Allen in obvious decline -- and delusion
The Houston Symphony opens its new season without a music director, an executive director or a clear vision for the future. Only one thing appears certain: The post-Eschenbach era is going to look a lot different.
Woody's clever Celebrity charts the descending pain of fame
Sinatra's genius looms lively and large over multiple media
In Barbara Kopple's documentary, Woody Allen plays Woody Allen
In Woody's world, everyone erupts into show tunes
In Miami Rhapsody, just about everything goes right